Explore the mountains, lakes of Slovenia’s Julian Alps, and the traditional villages at the heart of the Triglav National Park. Bled is one of the most romantic spots in Europe. Its breathtakingly beautiful emerald glacial lake is surrounded by the snow-capped Julian Alps, which makes it a major tourist attraction.
Peaceful Bohinj is a valley known for its largest glacier lake in Slovenia, waterfalls and gorges, typical Alpine villages in the heart of the Julian Alps. Being part of Triglav National Park provides a paradise vacation in the intact nature.
Kranjska Gora invites you to discover over 100 km of hiking trails. There are a number of options, from the easiest and gently sloping paths in an extraordinary natural environment, suitable for children, families, as well as for visitors who wish to see the beautiful nature without too much effort, to the serious mountain tours that require experience, suitable equipment, and a mountain guide.
The twin villages of Dovje and Mojstrana rest in one of the most stunning locations in Slovenia and are situated in an especially healthy climate resort in Triglav national park. The last hamlets before you enter Triglav National Park are an ideal starting point to conquer the Julian Alps. As the area offer the most possibility to reach Mt Triglav – 2864 m (the highest mountain in Slovenia), is, without doubt, the best starting point for hiking trips in the Julian Alps and Karavanke, including Triglav.
Following well-marked trails, you will walk across forested plateaus, through deep river gorges, and across flower-filled Alpine meadows with the snow-capped peaks of the Julian Alps as your loyal companions.
Bovec area is a perfect destination for all nature lovers. High mountains, countless waterfalls, deep caves, crystal clear rivers in combination with adventure sports activities. Rafting is the most popular sport activity in the Soča valley. Bovec is highly rated as an outdoor destination with wide selections of sports and activities.
Golica is world-renowned because of the Avsenik folk music ensemble tune entitled Na Golici (On Mt Golica), and because of the daffodils which cover its slopes and lower‑lying meadows in a white blanket every year. The daffodils’ blooming period depends on the weather conditions, but it is generally expected between late April and late May.
Kobarid and surroundings offer unlimited opportunities for active holidays. Hiking, cycling, mountain biking, paragliding, first world war heritage, natural sights in beautiful nature, and Triglav National Park.
Discover Slovenia and medieval castles, churches, and traditional mountain villages bring the walk to life and immerse you in the friendly Slovenian culture.
Jezersko provides a multitude of activities: numerous hiking trails of all difficulties, summer and winter climbing routes, magical ski tours which also include steep and technical descents, many kilometers of cross-country skiing, and mountain bike trails, ice-skating and snowshoeing.